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China ladies at Bras Basah Complex allegedly pester locals to help them set up businesses in Singapore

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Several women from China have allegedly congregated at Bras Basah Complex and are apparently pestering locals to lend them their pink Singaporean identity cards to help them set up businesses here.

This is according to Facebook user Geraldine Lim who shared photos of the women on Facebook yesterday. Lim said that one of the women approached her and asked her to loan her IC to her as she wanted to set up a business here.

Lim tagged the Singapore Police Force and immigration authorities and questioned whether such acts are illegal:

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1256089401202451&set=a.108105792667490.14102.100004042092944&type=3&theater

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